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Access to Performance Indicators Monitored in the Implementation of the National Anticorruption Strategy (SNA) (RO0040)



Action Plan: Romania Action Plan 2016-2018

Action Plan Cycle: 2016

Status: Inactive


Lead Institution: Ministry of Justice (MJ)

Support Institution(s): Open Data Coalition

Policy Areas

Access to Information, Anti-Corruption, Anti-Corruption Institutions, Capacity Building, E-Government, Open Data

IRM Review

IRM Report: Romania Mid-Term Report 2016-2018, Romania End-of-Term Report 2016-2018

Starred: No

Early Results: Marginal

Design i

Verifiable: Yes

Relevant to OGP Values: Access to Information

Potential Impact:

Implementation i



Status quo or problem addressed by the commitment From 2012 to 2015 the Technical Secretariat of the National Anti-corruption Strategy monitored the implementation of anti-corruption preventive measures and the evaluation indicators. Until 2020, approximately 4000 central and local public institutions will have to make a mandatory selfassessment of the anti-corruption preventive measures and answer 122 indicators, resulting in 488.000 open data sets. In this respect, the SNA platform will be developed to facilitate centralization of data, uploaded by public institutions, in an open format. The institutions will include subordinate agencies, state-owned companies, municipalities, county councils, hospitals etc. and the resulted data will be made available to the public. Main objective Institutional transparency Brief description of commitment Ensuring access to information regarding the implementation of anti-corruption preventive measures and the SNA indicators. OPG challenge addressed by the commitment Increasing public integrity Relevance Access to information Ambition Development of the SNA platform that will centralise open data provided by public authorities and institutions, from the central and local level, regarding the monitoring indicators for the implementation of anti-corruption preventive measures. Uploading the collected data on the open data portal

IRM End of Term Status Summary

11. Access to performance indicators monitored in the implementation of the National Anti-corruption Strategy (SNA)

Commitment Text:

Ensuring access to information regarding the implementation of anti-corruption preventive measures and the SNA indicators.

Main Objective:

Institutional transparency.


    • Develop the new SNA platform to ensure the centralized collection of open data
    • Develop a guide for the upload of data
    • Publish data in an open format on and
    • Develop IT applications to facilitate the implementation of the SNA
    • Revision of the monitoring indicators (once every 2 years), in collaboration with civil society

Responsible Institution: Ministry of Justice (MJ)

Supporting Institution(s): Open Data Coalition

Start date: September 2016                                      End date: December 2018

Editorial Note: The commitment text is abridged. The full text can be found in the OGP 2016–2018 national action plan.

Commitment Aim

As part of Romania’s National Anti-Corruption Strategy (SNA), more than 4,000 national and local public institutions are required to conduct mandatory self-assessments of their progress implementing anti-corruption measures mentioned in the SNA until 2020. [88] This effort aimed to create 488,000 data points that track the self-reported efforts to prevent corruption as measured by the 122 survey indicators—e.g. conflicts of interests, incompatibilities, ethical code, and random distribution of service tasks. To this end, the commitment planned to develop a platform to centralize the reports (Milestone 1), to develop a delivery guide for the reports (Milestone 2), and automate the collection of the reports (Milestone 4), to open the results of this assessment—previously only available to the Technical Secretariat of the SNA—in a user-friendly format (Milestone 3), and to collaborate with civil society to periodically review the indicators (Milestone 5).


Midterm: Substantial

Milestones 1 (the new SNA platform), 2 (a guide for how to upload the data on the SNA platform), and 4 (IT applications to facilitate the implementation of the national anti-corruption strategy) were substantially completed at the time of the IRM progress report. A limited number of datasets were submitted to the SNA portal.

End-of-term: Substantial

A small dataset containing the answers for the 122 SNA survey indicators of 283 local public administrations was published on [89] Further, Milestone 3 (opening the public administration’s self-reported efforts to prevent corruption on two data portals) and Milestone 5 (revising the indicators used to measure the public administration’s efforts to prevent corruption) were still not started according to the government’s self-assessment report. [90]

Did it Open Government?

Access to information: Marginal

The commitment opened access to the results of the mandatory self-assessment that the public administration has to undergo as part of the SNA in a user-friendly format. Nevertheless, the publication of a single dataset limits the scope of this commitment, as it does not allow the measurement of the progress of national and local institutions in implementing the necessary anti-corruption measures.

Carried forward?

This commitment is not continued in the 2018–2020 national action plan.

[88] The text of the Romanian National Anti-Corruption Strategy is available [in Romanian] at

[89] “Chestionar Masuri Preventive Online”, Ministry of Justice, 2017, available [in Romanian] at

[90] “National Action Plan 2016-2018: Self-assessment report”, Open Government Partnership, 2018, pages 46-47, available [in Romanian] at


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  4. Improving access to social services for vulnerable citizens

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  8. Promote rights of citizens belonging to national minorities

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  10. Analyze data and train health professionals in reducing patient risk

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  11. Eliminate unnecessary bureaucratic procedures at central government level

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  12. Increase amount of open data

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  13. Standardize Public Consultation Practices

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  14. Open Local Government

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  16. Youth Participation

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  17. Register of Civil Society Proposals

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  22. National Investment Fund Transparency

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  25. Transparency of Seized Assets

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  26. Access to Social Services

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  27. Open Access to Research

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  28. Open Education

    RO0063, 2018, Access to Information

  29. Evaluate Open Data

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  30. Open Data

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  32. Centralized Publishing of Public Interest Information on the Single Gateway Transparenta.Gov.Ro

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  33. Promoting Open Parliament Principles

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  37. Citizens Budgets

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  38. Improve Youth Consultation and Public Participation

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  39. Subnational Open Government

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  42. Improve Transparency in the Management of Seized Assets

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  58. Human Resource Training in the Field of Open Data

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  59. Disseminating Information on the OGP Principles and Promoting the Open Data Concept in an Accessible Manner

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